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Students Arrested for Staging Protest at MassDOT Headquarters

Nearly two dozen students and young people calling for the implementation of an affordable “youth pass” on the MBTA were arrested and escorted from MassDOT’s […]

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Workers Injured at Longfellow Bridge Construction Site

First responders made a “successful rescue” after two workers restoring the Longfellow Bridge as part of a years-long rehabilitation project were injured while passing concrete down […]

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MassDOT Considers Project to Build New Bridge to Cape Cod

Massachusetts residents are starting to pack their bags in anticipation of Memorial Day weekend, the official unofficial start of summer. But drivers bound for the beaches […]

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MassDOT: This Is Only an Emergency Test

MassDOT wants residents to know that if they see a flood of emergency responders near the Sumner Tunnel late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, don’t […]

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MassDOT Just Opened Up Hundreds of New Parking Spaces

Snagging a parking spot in Boston is no easy task. But officials from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation are hoping that a new partnership with […]

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Callahan Tunnel Set to Reopen for Monday Morning’s Commute

Drivers, rejoice: the Callahan Tunnel project, which rerouted and redirected traffic between the North End and East Boston to other parts of the city, is […]

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Could Opening the Carpool Lane For a Few Extra Hours Alleviate Traffic Woes?

State Representative Josh Cutler thinks an extra hour tacked onto the high occupancy vehicle lanes on Interstate 93, during both the morning and evening commute, […]

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Community Groups Claim ‘Victory’ in Fight for Changes to Cambridge Street Bridge

After nine months of negotiating with the state, residents and community groups in the Allston area claimed a small victory last week when MassDOT revealed […]

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Take A Ride On The MBTA’s ‘New Indigo Line’ In 2024

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has big plans for the Commonwealth over the next five years, including shortening commutes, bolstering the community, and adding specialized […]

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Keolis Will Be The New Operator Of The MBTA’s Commuter Rail Services

During their first meeting of the year—and after roughly two hours of public testimony that teetered on the line of general support, and blatant contempt—the […]

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CapeFlyer Train Service Is Here to Stay

If you didn’t have a chance to take a trip on the new CapeFlyer train from South Station to Hyannis over the summer, fear not: […]

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Is This What South Station Could Look Like?

First MassDOT announced they would be adding a CVS/Pharmacy and a new bar to South Station, and now, they are looking to explore new design […]

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Vandals Allegedly Tampered With the ‘Try God’ Billboard Along the Mass Pike

A large billboard along the Massachusetts Turnpike, advertising a Catholic radio station, was allegedly defaced by vandals last week, according to the manager of the […]

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No More Spare Change on State Highways?

Soon, drivers traveling along major highways in Massachusetts won’t have to worry about scrounging for change or receiving a ticket in the mail after sneakily […]

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City, State Plow Through Snow Removal Budgets This Season

Here’s one more reason that spring can’t arrive soon enough: This winter, the city and state have surpassed their spending budget for snow removal. On […]